Enrico Mattei Back to Kyoto ? US Participation and the Linkage between R & D and Climate Cooperation

@inproceedings{Buchner2002EnricoMB,
  title={Enrico Mattei Back to Kyoto ? US Participation and the Linkage between R & D and Climate Cooperation},
  author={Barbara Buchner and Carlo Carraro and Igor Cersosimo},
  year={2002}
}
The US decision not to ratify the Kyoto Protocol and the recent outcomes of the Bonn and Marrakech Conferences of the Parties drastically reduces the effectiveness of the Kyoto Protocol in controlling GHG emissions. The reason is not only the reduced emission abatement in the US, but also the spillover effects on technology and countries’ relative bargaining power induced by the US decision. Therefore, it is crucial to analyse whether an incentive strategy exists that could induce the US to… CONTINUE READING
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